Journalism & Mass Communication

St. Xavier's College
In Mumbai

Rs 1,65,000
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Important information

Typology Post Graduate Diploma
Location Mumbai
  • Post Graduate Diploma
  • Mumbai


Where and when

Starts Location
On request
Xavier Institute of Communications St. Xavier's College Campus, Mahapalika Marg, Mumbai, 400001, Maharashtra, India
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Starts On request
Xavier Institute of Communications St. Xavier's College Campus, Mahapalika Marg, Mumbai, 400001, Maharashtra, India
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· Requirements

Anyone who is a graduate in Arts, Science, Mass Media, Commerce with at least 55 percent marks. There is an on-line entrance test followed by an individual interview.

Course programme

The Journalism Course is a full time, post-graduate Advanced Diploma programme, intended as instruction in the role and function of mass media and civil society. It examines the principles, practice and responsibility of communication, the mass media, and the convergence of print, broadcast and net journalism.In the era of New Media, the Journalism Course combines knowledge creation and extension, craft and context, with practical applications in a study programme of proven excellence. Students emerge from the course enabled for multiple tasks and skills in mass communication and social development. The course comprises 20 modules (obligatory), and sets of electives (one group to be chosen from 3 offered); and on-line courses, seminars and workshops, the costs of which make up the tuition fee.
Program Contents:-

Core Concepts:-
Communication, Media & Society
Principles and Practice of Mass Comm.
Media & the Law
Globalisation & Public Affairs
Human Rights and Development

Core Skills:-
Practical English Online
English Language Culture and Skills
Public Speaking & News Presentation
News Reporting
Feature Writing
Print Production
Computer Skills for Media
Photojournalism and Photography
Broadcast Journalism
On-line Journalism & New Media
Web - Design
Research Writing
Introduction to Radio Broadcasting
Radio Programme Production
Scripting for Broadcast (TV & Video)

Elective Subjects (Choose any one group):
Group I:-
E 1 Creative Writing Workshop (Fiction: Short Stories)
E 2 Broadcast TV News Production
E 3 Photography Workshop
E 4 Film Journalism Project

Group II:-
E 5 Literary Journalism and Non-Fiction Writing
E 6 Science & Environment Journalism and Comm.
E 7 Video Documentary Production
E 8 Political Reporting Project

Group III:-
E 9 Business / Financial Journalism
E 10 Media Management and Marketing
E 11 Strategic Communication & Event Management
E 12 Corporate Video Production
E 13 Sports Journalism Project

Workshops (Obligatory):-
Critical Appreciation of Art, Culture & Heritage
Media Literacy for Ethics and Professional Standards
Relationship Management
Shakti Yogashrama
Theatre Workshop.

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